CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia (WTVD) -- While family and friends are memorializing Heather Heyer, a stranger is taking it one step further - creating a mural in her honor.
Heyer, a counter-protester, was killed on Saturday during a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville.
On Wednesday, many gathered inside of the city's amphitheater for a memorial dedicated to Heyer.
The mural depicts Heyer's face and a quote reading, "Our hearts are broken, but we are forever proud of her."
It's surrounded by purple paint, which was Heyer's favorite color.
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